3 Major Consequences of a Plumbing Pipe Leak in Your Multi-Unit Building

3 Major Consequences of a Plumbing Pipe Leak in Your Multi-Unit Building

When it comes to plumbing pipe leaks, a slow drip may not seem like a big deal, but according to USGS, a faucet that drips once per minute drips 1,440 times per day. That amounts to nearly 35 gallons per year. Now, if that slow drip were inside your walls, that’s 34...
How to Keep Your Building Drains Blockage Free

How to Keep Your Building Drains Blockage Free

How often do you think about your building’s plumbing system? If it is working as expected, you probably haven’t thought about it. If more than one of your residents has complained about a clogged shower, overflowing toilet, or slow-moving sink, you might be wondering...
Sewer Gas Smells in Your Building? Get a Camera Inspection and Pipelining Before Your Chicago Tenants Start to Get Sick

Sewer Gas Smells in Your Building? Get a Camera Inspection and Pipelining Before Your Chicago Tenants Start to Get Sick

Are you experiencing sewer gas smells in your Chicago building? Sewer gas often smells like rotten eggs and/or sulfur. It’s primarily comprised of hydrogen sulfide, methane, and ammonia, but it can contain other chemicals. It’s important to note that sewer gas isn’t...